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|STEVE DALACHINSKY and THE SNOBS "ec(H)o - system"|
Four years after Massive Liquidity, New York poet Steve Dalachinsky and French duo The Snobs are coming back with a second collaborative record called ec(H)o -system on Bam Balam Records. Since the eighties, Dalachinsky
published poems inspired by William Blake, Antonin Artaud and the beat generation. Using some of them on stage,
he often performs with jazz musicians. Words become material for improvisation - both sonic (onomatopoeias,
Founded near Paris by Mad Rabbit (singer and producer) and Duck Feeling (multi-instrumentalist), The Snobs self produce experimental rock records since 2003 under the influence of Can's instant compositions, David Bowie and Brian Eno's synthetic textures and electric Miles Davis' grooves.
ec(H)o - system takes Massive Liquidity‘s creative process a step further. The Snobs recorded some riffs and beats for Dalachinsky to hear and perform some poems over them, while in Paris in September 2014. In one afternoon - first
takes only -, he added his voice to the music (“near death in a concrete plant / language is an organism” and “the rape / particle fever”) and performed a series of other poems without music that inspired new instrumental pieces to Rabbit and
Feeling during the next months. Lots of overdubs helped shaping the pieces, accompanying the voice and interplaying. The result is a mix between the poet's spontaneity and The Snobs’ psychedelic postproduction.
With three musical suites divided in eight poetic segments, ec(H)o - system is the sound of mutual listening and trust between Steve Dalachinsky and The Snobs. Different from what they have done before, together or separately, the record is once again released by Bam Balam Records, with a cover art by Yuko Otomo (poet and painter) and a booklet (44 pages) containing all Dalachinsky’s poems used for the record and a selection of his collages.
2015 (BBCD 031)
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